That in the space of 30 years, computers that used to take up rooms, would now fit in your pocket?
That in the space of 10 years, since the first smartphone, we would be where we are now, that you could literally carry your life in your pocket?
Who’d have thought that there would come a time where you could get a book published and printed for literally nothing apart from your time?
When you are doing it, you don’t notice the change until you pause and look back.
Even if it is a small improvement, if kept up, you will notice the change when given enough time.
And that’s the thing about improvements.
What you can’t see in the short term, you will see in the long.
What are the small changes that you could be making today to improve your life tomorrow, next week, next year?
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